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Point of View

The point of view in this collection vary but are fairly consistent. Most of the stories are recounted from a first-person point of view. The exceptions include "One of Us," "The Quiet Knight," and "It's Just a Jump to the Left" which are all told using a third-person point of view. "Secret Identity" is unique as it is told from a first-person perspective, but the narrator switches to third person when telling her story of her trip to New York. Similarly, the majority of these stories use a limited point of view which is proven by the fact that the narrator is only able to share information they have personally experience. The exception is "One of Us" where the narrator is semi-omniscient, proven by the fact that he is able to share most of the characters' thoughts and feelings.

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